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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

ILLAW'.VKliA STIiAM N AY1 CATION COMPANY. A Sir-AM Kit will Wo-- ' .SyUiioy uvcry WoJnesd'.y and -Men day at noon. Vroin Kilt'ii <;vcrv W oJm'sday S a.m. Saturday ;'lL ti a.m. Mi.'i'iinliula, samu flays, at 9 30 a m. Tat lira, same at 11 a.m. unH 1 ji.iii. re: j'ectfully. Tin- Steam' r l«*;ivinj? Tatlira on thu 1'irst .Saiunhiy in Kaili Month will cill im«1 l'assviigfts at \Ynllo»i»«oi«. I'ASSKNCKHS FAKKS. SALOON .SUs, return ticket Lris iSTKKK AUK Kis, „ --/> <'liiliiicn under 111, half-|.ric<'. No clmr^.- for lueais on Hoard tl ji'iii.;: tlio ]>a-*! Bakery, Grocery, riiODI'CK Sl'DHKS, eden . MRS. E. T. PABKEB WOl'LD remind tJio }>ublic of KiIimi tlint in ail lii'i liiiffi Ql> A Li n i-s always tic^t eoiisid* ration with l,.r. hm'.I fitUJt-S tin- LoWKsT I1' l.-Sl I'.LK. wliich ull >11 y t1u.s soiii.T.s Ir-iov. siiiMiSiii! I E, BROWiT, : A- mull, 1: ••.•< "i-vay ■ ; matins anil ; folios a,:d Harness, 1*;;'.)Mrn.v and &am...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

ReFEUESDUM oh 20th Jimp, Look up your elector's rights. WonKou the Mitchell st. contract baa boon commo)icod. I>TEX]>I.N<5 voters should without loss of timo look U|) thoir elcctorH lights. The liombalB Co-oporntive lUiiving |Co., Ltd., lias ceascd o})aratioiiH owing " jVo tho bnd Bcaaons, SALE, choice business mid rosi dcutiul nit<*s nt I'd on. Particulars from I'hiWipps liro.i., Edon.' Mefsus. 1), Davidson nud 0. Robins were arnonn tho paKsouyors who ar rived at liiluQ by tho «.a. Otway or. Saturday. At a sain of improvement leases at Eden, on Friday, ten lonsos embracing nu area of about 32,000 ncrcs wcro purchased. A committee of ro.«idents of Dele pate and district aro inviting itpnlica lions from uicdiciil men willing to reside and practice in Delogato upon u guaranteed iucotno of £300 a yoar. TUB executive of tho Southern Monuro Feduml Capital Loaguo have resolved to tako no further stops with jefei'oneo to the Federal Capiinl site until tho Fe...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

Eden Free Press Advertisements. MESSRS. PHILLIPPS BROS, will in future re ceive advertisements and | give all necessary infor mation as to terms, &c., in connection with this paper.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

"Agonising Spasms of Pain] "THAT MADE ME YELL" "My present state of good health 1 i owe to CLEMENTS TONIC The Case of Hr. WILLIAM T. EATHER. 'Frtm the Windsor and Richmond " Gaz tte") (r.v orn tiPi:ciAL repohter.) A <;<:??!r rc|t»rter, having frequently liCiiid of Mr. Katlur's ease, made it his lii:yiiK':>* to irit? vieu (list gentleman, who iivt-M in K&st Market Street, Richmond, w. " Have yon any ol>jeotion to tell me about your illness, and how you got cored," \iu' re|wrier 7 "Not the least," Answered the person adilie,-«ed. " I suffered From Poorness of BI6od and urrvoupiirsi, and from a general »f all my internal organs, with the except ion of my lungs. I don't know iiniv it o: tne stlinut, hut probably through tol'l Ami il.iinp, and an improper attcutiuu '.M my diet." " \Yl.at was the fii-st symptom ? " "A Clotchcd and Marked Skin 41 il int -niiillent heailarlus. I frequently ii".ti tl,iini »nd nearly always an acrid - e. ,n ih1.- uior.Ui. !...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

fUCKFIELD, HAIRDRESSER. Hg removed next door to R Oentle'a sbo BEGA to CANDELO, 5s EACH WAY, or Corrigan's Mail Coach, Frintod nnd Published by the Pn$>rIofcor W. T. Campbell, ut the frft iVwOlJlpa

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Eden Free Press. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 99 WHERE A.RE WEI WHAT ARE WE COMING 10? [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 'M9 WHERE A.RE WEI WHAT AJiE WE COMING 10? rHE "Age" of Saturday last lias j a loading article which prompts | a to ask the question, whore are we t what are we coming to? The following will give the answer : — It is a question amongst philo=o Ii-.rs whether the contrasts or the >incidences of life are the more striking. It is not unworthy of rjmark that ther^ Bhould transpire , i this city on the very same day vq deliverances on the social <jues ■ on from prominent men, each the. extreme opposite of the other. On Tuesday last General Dooih spoke from the Town Hall platform on "The iVuty of the Community towards the Outca°ts of Society." On the same day Mr. Henry Gyles Turner, the manager of the Com mercial Bank, published in the ■'Bankers' Mag-wiiw" an article on 1 "The Treatment of Paupers and Criminals." Both men re thinkers. Both are readers. Both ar" versed in the praeticil affairs of life. Both j possess organising power in an ex ceptional degre...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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A BETTER LAWYER TIIAN THE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

A BETTKlt LAWYER TIFAK THE JUDGE. On" the occasion of liis first judicial visit to Hirniin^hatn, tliu Jati: Lord Chief Justice Coleridge was cm.; ivctcd oil a jioint uf law by a; prisoner in the dock. The prisoner j imd been fouod guilty, and th.t Lord Chief Justice was proceeding, to pass u sentence of five years' penal servitude, when lite prisoner j interrupted with the remark thatj his lordship had not the power toj pass such -t sentence for that parti cu'ar oth-nc. I well remember the look of horrified astonishment that! came over the faces of all the p'Oplel in the citurt at the. audacity of a J felon venturing to correcttin* law of 1 the great 1 iwyer. 'l'he Lord Chief j Jus see, however, stoppxl mid,' after a hurried convi nation with1 the clerk of arraigns and consulting j .sever*! le^al works, assumed a] {.'itiifl-ljJtc smile, and, adilr. the j pi'iioncr, «ti.nil t'il ih.t he was right, mid that the miximuin putiislin enf. tlj" curt could p»s.i. was one of two yours' impri...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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FUNERAL OF "NED" GREG ORY. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

'■ 'H'KEllAL OF "NI;D" OliEG OltV. Tub funeral of the lat« "Ned" ( jrogory took pluce yesterday and was largely attended. Tim route Wns lined with spectators nnd the 6cniie at St. Michael's, which was crowded, w.js impressive, liev. ]jr. Maimii.g in referring to the qualities of deceased siid the latter was a credit la tlie sjiort he loved.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EFFEOT OF VEGETABLKS [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

till; kffiwt <)i'1 vi;c!:t alslks. j A.v eminent physical) who has jbeen investigating tin; prnprrl i'-s of Ithe tl'H'civnt vcg< tuhli s, aiiiioiiiic s i that s diet of carrots uineli.irales liar.shiK t-s of character and ri"l'.ii;es nervous irritability ; peas ere.ite fatty tisMi" and encouiago joyous D'-ss, while turnips have just tin oppiisite efl''Ct. Oh-ry taken in eX CeSS CilUSCS e_\U wllil>! Call is beinfieial in puiiinniury ailments, and lufuoo wets as ft sed ative, owing to the npiuin contained m its milky juice, which lt."i p; the skin fresli and clear. Red hu 'ts nri! hlood producing, and will add plumpness (o the thine st furin, providing they are boiled tinder.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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GENERAL BOOTH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 3 May 1899

UKNliliAL HOOL'H'S VISiT. The "Pfsliytoriw'' thus >-ul'igis^s <if ulthI Booth and liis win k :—'('lie lather andinventor of th«* S'alvati n Army come again to Sydney, »n.l again he Im coiitjucteil. Sumo grfat ppoplc amongst us. not <;.-isi!y impressed, have c.illi'ij him ''Tlir Orand Old Man " and "Tim M-u< of the Century." Sydii y's I.trg st liall was filled to rcjiltlnm. anil the enthusiasm, especially ;it t he. Hii th day celebration, was a inch <-d. Premiers, judges, mayors, alder men, ecclfsiastics, «te., attended,' and were moved l»y (tin fii/iri-ellous j tale of what God had wrought. The, thawing readied even to tint poclci-t. J The Salvation Army U young in j years, hut old in service. Con-1 fined to Lcrdon 33 years ago, it is 1 now cosmopolitan. The goodly j seed has become a tree for slmdo j and food in the Frigid, the Temptt-! ate, and the Torrid Zone. Over j 14,000 officers are at work; the press in many languages does its q...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

UPHOLSTERING! and ! Venetian Blind Making establishment. H. BOARDMAN, MANAGER. French Polishing & Repairs Exoouted ^rftving Boom Suites^ re-uphol stered 16 a Speciality. Mattresses Re-made Did Blinds Repainted and Taped equal to now. All Work Guaranteed; MERIT CHALLENGES ENVY. The Heji Free JVcm Its aJvcrtmng di ss ie well known to cutele is tbe choicest our ttioufunds of ■ of that of any other readers, rpnkd ncwspiiper in thie *mon»r the greatest country. Its c<>) although the small- umns are read by est newspaper of the largest buying the present era, and ' claw, for it has home haB no equal in this 1 readers. district. I Great Newspapers are Exceptional S. iVEHALL Runs a REGULAR LINE OF COACHES I Between Tathra & Bega To meet all eteamcrs, AXt> SPECIAL COACHES Provided to meet the convenience of ommercidl Travellers And PRIVATE FARTIES fly All o»er the Southern Disrate At Very Reasonable Rates, PARttlS - CAREFULLY - DELIVERED, Letters and Tel»»irr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

Government Not«ce. Department of Lands, Sydney, 1st May, 1899. I^IiE atteution of all persons iu teiesfo'd is invited to the "Go veminont Gazette" of tlio 26th ultimo, in wh eh appeais t> notifica tion with respect to PROPOSITI) KKSCJMPTiON of LAND for a KOAD through portions Nos. GO, 10G and 105. (mish of Dimnii', and Jv'os. I'l and -•$, pansh of Edi n, comity of Auckland. Copies of ihc •'(Jovertinii'iit (i.-iznttft" can In? in s.-*>eted n.t the Crown Lmuls Ofli.v und <he Police Oflji»n of tlie district. WILLI All HOUSTON', Under Swsrutarv. 5*17.5 DR. CARLOO, INDIftM OCULIST, CUBES dieoiees of toe eyo, Catar act, Catara, Ii'.fliuinutimi of tho Eyos, White Comer in oyos, Wtter in «yes, W.»kne«s of Sight. Ingrowing Eyelasiies, and other diayaeoa. tj- PILES CURED. Rheumatism a Speciality. 3^* Testimonials from all tho coUmies. Everyone invited to o.omo and son, and satisfy all doubts.—Consultation Ire© from 9 to 1 and '2 to C. Address. — 1MLAY ST.. EDEX, opposite Cric...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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AUSTRALIAN MATERIAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

AUSTRArJAtf MATERIAL PROUBESS. Pop record of material progressl Australia can bhow wonderful re sults. Figuros aro frequently mis leading unless their tueiming U clearly understood ; and we sho^i not like to say that Bome of presented are not subject to modif ication and explanation. But they may bo accepted as sufficiently ac curate to support the general scope of the argument. The public rov enues of Australasia are equal to a third of that of Iudift itEelf, that u to say, that 4,500,000 people con tribute a third as much a 311,000, 000. The trade of Australasia, combining exports and imports, is equal to 7-10th of the Indian total. The total value of Australasiao products in 1897 was £114,000,000, equal to an average of £27 per head, or. excluding New Zealand' of over £92,000,000. The agricultural and pastoral wealth of Australia runs into enormous figures. Despite continuous years of drought, which have decimated flocks and herdB, thfreavein Australia nearly 100, 000,000 sheep a...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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GENERAL BOOTH AS AN ORATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

GENERAL BOOTH AS AN ! ORATOR. TnE following from the Melbourne "Lead'-r ' gives a glowing and epi tome of General Booth as an orator : *'Among his many gifts General Booth can fairly reckon those of a great actor. In the course of his Sunday sermons at the Exhibition, without scenery, dress or other ac [ cesiories, he presented several im personations which genuinely thrilled his audinnce. Ho was Noah I bi fore his critics and upon the waters. He was Ananias in torture among the terrors of HelL Who ever he chose to be for the moment he seemed, and whaterer situation or spectacle were required those he created in the minds of his listeners. They were spell-bound beyond all possil'i ity of criticism, fascinated by winded words and controlling gesture?, as were the self surrender ed victims to the great python in the jungle story. His immense imagination and vivacity established an empire among them, which sing ers, soldiers and staff officers work ed togethwr to intensify. Finally, hi...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

Tue Premier of New South Wales U not going to lose any time in im pressing on the Earl of Beauchamp the desirability—in fact, the neces sity—of taking the firct move jn tho summoning of the future Australian Parliament. A federal enthusiast like Lord Be&uchamp must see that wit ^ those referenda are disposer! of,Th« Governor of the oldest colony must take the initiative, summon the Australian representatives to Sydney, and give George H. R*-id an acting commission as Premier. In case Lord Beauchamp should not have brought out these views in his head or his despatches. Mr. llcid has patriotically undertaken to sacrifice himself on the altar of his country, and take a troublesome trip to Albany in order to give his Excellency the "right" views before anyone else had a chance to instil the wrong ones. It is an excellent move on the part of G. H. K.., aud does equal honor to his patriotic heart and hiB astute head. But perhaps it would have been bettor to keep the Albany excursi...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. C. JENNINGS. ROMAN CATHOLIC. R. CONDON. PRESBYTERIAN. J. L. FORBES. WESLEYAN.—PAMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

Chureh Services. cnyRcn of esoi.a,nd. O. Jkssjnc.3. roman CATHOMC. K. Condon. PREeiil'TEHlA-v. J. L. Fobues WF.SLKYaX,—EaMBCLV. May 14—Morimbula (lny soryice) 7. TO j May 14—Puiuliulu 11 nnd 7.30, Locliiel (Mr Beveridjie's) 2.30 Prayer Mooting 7 ■-il, sinyitiij practice p. 14 ever Tuesday i-voniug in i'.unliulu Church. | R. li.VLT.iNi'ISK.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

rUCKFIELD, HAIRDRESSER. Hg removed uoxt door to R Gentle's sho BEGA to (1ANDEL0, 5s EACH WAY, BY Corrigan's Mail Coachi Printed and"Published by the Proprietor W. T. Campbell, the Stfg iVfii Oflfyx.

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

A Debilitated Nervous System. RESTORED TO ITS NATURAL VIGOR. THE CASE OF Mrs. William Hanchett. thf Windtar, X.S. IP., "Avttrelian") <I!V OIH SPECIAL MPOBTMl) " X«» n:ie knows how I've suffered," hi.) Mi-a. ilamlu-tt, of Maequarie Street, Wi;i,!vir, New Suuih Wales, to a reporter ilii- Windsor and Richmond Qaultr, «!:"> waited npon her with a view to obtain in:; -iti aciouui of her ailment and her rauv.-ry. ' I' 10:11 what did you »u(Tcr, Mr*. Han r'.cl t ■■ ' i'Y"lll Clooc?:cz£ness and Nervous ness; alwi f: Mrt nuful m-rvous hcadachi*. First, in;. I.i ;.ni to p», .till I didn't eara i- I !:"'i s v 'Jinn the headaches 1 ...1, •_ ■ . :.iilv t«v:c-i » day, ami lasting ■ c "i '.j ■i-i- i' ii Whilst they !■ i. j lie ] .I'll cm on'y tie daeriM aa . >!y i.c .) \ f-iirJy nclicd with i. II. ,ni:i w n <>f a Jii" r-iii^. uliooting < 1 :«••••-. <*•. .. 1.jpI»v .vi-.ls &u<l forwards Ill I..', ;.| \ : iilv.' iiiiivt; in f.'y...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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The Eden Free Press. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, '99 [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

' WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, '99 'HE press of all the colonies, A and in fact throughout the civilised world has materially altered its tone with regard to the work of the Aruy ; everywhere it is eulo- j prised and patronised from the thrones of' the world's mouarcbs through eveiy grade of civilised society. The Melbourne "Leader" sayB:— Energy and enthusiasm have in the case of the Salvation Army conquered admiration. Those who were inclined to scoff at its methods, at the blatant nature of its sensa tional appeals to the emotions, and who predicted for the movement an ephemeral existence, lmve been compelled by the sheer value of the work which the organisation has performed to recast their convic tions. The Army is entitled to be judged by its fruits, and its humani tarian and regenerative efforts have been sufficiently^ productive to wring an approving Terdict from any impartial mind. In its cam paign against poverty, vice and misery it has shown no relaxation of purpose, and its endeav...

Publication Title: Eden Free Press And Eden District Advertiser
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Bega Post Office MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Eden Free Press and Eden District Advertiser — 10 May 1899

Bega Post OffiCf • Hails arrive, Mails wijl arrive from Sydney, Goulburn, Cooma, Betuboka, etc, daily, Monday Excepted, at mid night. Sydney (per steamer), Thursday and Tuesday, time uncertain. Bi aid wood, Araluen, Morui^ Bo dalla, Gobargo, Quaama, and Brogo, daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 p.m. Tathra and Brickyards (Receiving Olhce), Tuesday and Thursday time uncertain. Candelo, Kameruka, Kanoona, daily at 8.30 p.m. Eden, Pambula, Wolumla, and Merimbula, daily (Sunday ex cepted) at 7 p.m. Towamlia, Timkillica, Rocky Bali Oathcart, Wyndham and Merim bula, via fambula, Tuesday Thursuayand Saturday, 7 p.m. Wyndham, via Candelo, Sunday and Wednesday ,8.30. p.m. Bombela, Cathcart and Delegate via Candelo, Wednesday and Saturday, 8.30. Tanja (Kelsons), and Wapengue, Wednesday anil Saturday, 0 p.ru. Merimbula, via Bournda, Wallagoot and Jellat Jellat, Friday, 7 p.m. Ulladulla (via Tathra), Thursdays per steamer, time uncertain. mails clobe. Mails for Sydney (overland) also 'for Cooma, Nimi...

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